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ound it was found impossible to do much else than endeavor to save the adjoining property. The fire speedily communicated to the block of buildings on the east, the first of which, occupied by David A. Brown, saddler and harness maker, and by Mrs. Jackson, mantua maker, was entirely destroyed; Wm. H. Davidson's Hotel, the next tenement, was partially burnt, and the clothing store of N. W. Nelson, adjoining, somewhat damaged. The roof of the brick building on Grace street, below 7th, owned by Dbuild, as soon as circumstances will allow. The building occupied by Mr. Brown, on the east, was owned by Mrs. James Rawlings. The loss is about $5,000, probably insured. Mr. Brown, we are informed, saved the larger portion of his stock Mrs. Jackson's loss may be $300. J. M. Lyneman, the owner of the building occupied by W. H. Davidson, is insured for $4,000 in the Mutual office, which will probably cover his loss. Mr. Davidson loses about $2,000, on which there is a small insurance
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Operations of the enemy on the Southern coast. A private dispatch has been received here, dated at Mobile on yesterday, which states that Picayune Butler is at Ship Island. The dispatch also states that the Federals have nominal possession of Beloxl, and it is believed will occupy all the towns on the coast in that region. They captured two cannon at Beloxi, but there were no small arms there for them to seize. It is stated that they landed there from 5,000 to 7,000 troops, and it is further rumored that they express the desire to push forward their forces to Jackson.